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BOLT Residency

SaraNoa Mark

SaraNoa Mark, "Edom," 2018, Acrylic paint on carved and collaged paper, 5 ¾” x 11 ¾”
SaraNoa Mark, "Edom," 2018, Acrylic paint on carved and collaged paper, 5 ¾” x 11 ¾”

SaraNoa Mark (b. 1991 New York, NY) pursues a drawing practice that reflects a desire to evidence the constant and invisible activity of time.

Earning her BFA at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Mark was recognized with The Pennsylvania Governor’s Award. A PAFA Women’s Board Travel Scholarship supported her visual pilgrimage to Europe’s museums, cave paintings, and natural sites, while hiking through eight countries. SaraNoa’s work was supported by a grant from The John Anson Kittredge Fund. She has been an artist-in-residence at The Lois and Charles X. Carlson Painting Residency, Sedona Summer Colony, Art Kibbutz, and the Montello Foundation and has exhibited work at Davis & Langdale Company, Trestle Gallery, Snyderman Works Gallery. Mark is the Assistant Director at the 4th Ward Project Space, and is a museum guard at the Oriental Institute, absorbing influences from its antiquities collection.

Resident year: 
2018-2019
Cohort Group: 
Artist Resident